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December 2 
Inshore surface water temperatures around Little River are about 58 degrees and the water is pretty clear.  In skinny water it appears to be gin clear.    
It’s been really good inshore fishing for black drum and redfish on the north end of the South Carolina Grand Strand, and Captain Patrick “Smiley” Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that they are catching both species with fresh cut shrimp fished on the bottom in the Intracoastal Waterway.  Fish are related to docks in about 7 feet of water as well as oyster beds, and on lower tides the reds are schooled up in only 1-2 feet of water around the ICW.  They are very spooky and so casting artificials to them is tricky, but you can cast a piece of cut mullet nearby and wait for them to eat it.   
The trout fishing is still really good in the area and Captain Smiley reports that the larger fish seem to be in the Intracoastal.  Moving tides are important with the incoming fishing best.  Live shrimp are the best bait, but a DOA Shrimp, Trout Trick or Vudu Shrimp will also catch fish.   
There are still plenty of small flounder around.   
It’s getting to be that time of year where it’s spotty fishing on the Cherry Grove Pier (843-249-1625), and they are still having some times where the whiting fishing is really good but other days when they barely bite.  They are also picking up some small black drum, flounder, croaker and perch.
November 12  
Inshore surface water temperatures around Little River dropped to about 59 degrees but have now rebounded to about 62.   
This is the prime time for trout fishing on the north end of the South Carolina Grand Strand, and Captain Patrick “Smiley” Kelly (843-361-7445) reports that catches have been really good.  The best fishing continues to be on the low to rising tide, but they will also bite on the outgoing.  Overall having some current is still key, whichever way it is moving, and on the slack tide fish usually won’t bite.  The trout are still around shell beds near the edge of spartina grass in about 6 feet of water in creeks off the IntraCoastal.  Live shrimp have been working the best, but chartreuse-colored Vudu Shrimp have also been good.   
The action for redfish has also been good in the creeks, and – while the fish will also take live bait – Gulp! in new penny colors has been working really well.  In the inlet they are catching some fish over the slot.   
The flounder fishing is still pretty good on both sides of the state line.  The best action has come on flats with live mullet or Gulp! baits.     
Big black drum are still being caught on shrimp or crab baits off the Tilghman docks.
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